Sacred instruments

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Size : 30 X 20 in | 76.2 X 50.8 cm
Medium : Digital Print on Archival Paper
Style : Image
Created in : 2014
Sold by : Artist
Surface : Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
Lot No : MA238672
International shipping : Yes
Domestic Ships Within : 7 - 10 business days
International Ships Within : 15 - 18 business days
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Noida, India

About Artist

Delhi-based freelance journalist and photographer with broad interests in human rights, development, environment, and arts and culture. An alumnus of the Asian College of Journalism, Chennai, he has worked with the Mint and Tehelka and contributed to BBC Hindi, The Hindu, The Hindu Centre for Politics and Public Policy, Quint Hindi, Zuma Press among others.

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Musicians consider their instruments sacred. They often liken them to human beings- each having a unique character. On the occasion of Basant Panchmi, one student of music kept her tanpuras near Saraswati, the goddess of music in Hindu mythology, and other deities. The proceeds from the sale of this work will be shared with the Dagar Brothers Memorial Trust, New Delhi, for the digitisation of audio-visual archives, and with the Spaces Foundation, Chennai, to support the reconstruction of the Chandra-Mandapa and establishment of the museum. The remaining money will be used to fund the artist's ongoing project of documenting the pan-Indic traditions of the instrument making.